What Is Your Reverb Of Choice?, software or hardware
Ivan Milenkovic
Nov 12 2011, 06:32 PM
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Question for all: What reverbs do you use when applying this FX to your tracks? smile.gif

I'm using stock Cubase 5 reverb, called Roomworks for all pilot projects, reverbs from guitar emulator plugins, or Altiverb 6 if there is need for a nice lush reverb.

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QL Spaces for me. However my DAW upgrade includes a highly tweakable convo verb with an IR maker so I imagine I'll get around to playing with that soon enough.

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Ivan Milenkovic
Nov 13 2011, 10:47 AM
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Another interesting question arises here as well:


What are the benefits of a IR (Impulse response) reverbs, compared to regular digital reverbs?

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QUOTE (Ivan Milenkovic @ Nov 13 2011, 09:47 AM) *
Another interesting question arises here as well:


What are the benefits of a IR (Impulse response) reverbs, compared to regular digital reverbs?


AFAIK they are meant to model the actual 3 d space and it's physical properties along with (in some maybe not all cases) also allowing you to define where the locus point is for the verb mic.

Flux have a new reverb out and as Flux are generally very good vsts it should be worth a look.

Otherwise Lexicon's own emulation of its hardware verbs is great but expensive. Hardware wise the usual suspects - Lexicon, Eventide, Yamaha and Bricasti are all worth checking out.

If you're short of cash SIR do quite a nice IR.

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I like cavernous reverb best.

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Gabriel Leopardi
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Great topic! The best reverb that I used is Altiverb. I also like the reverb included in the Izotope Ozone.

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Sinisa Cekic
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Lexicon Pantheon and sometime Ozon's integral !

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Ivan Milenkovic
Nov 21 2011, 03:01 PM
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Excellent suggestions guys, keep them coming! smile.gif

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There is a KILLER Convolution reverb inside of Guitar Rig/NI Player called REFLEKTOR. Zero latency impulses, great sound, just killer. You can download a free demo to check it out. It sounds great on just about anything.

http://www.native-instruments.com/#/en/pro...-rig/reflektor/

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Ivan Milenkovic
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Reflektor can be a very good reverb, it's integral part of NI's Komplete package too smile.gif

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